Lloyd’s appoints Dawn Miller as Commercial Director

20 January 2022 Lloyd’s

Lloyd’s, the world’s leading marketplace for commercial, corporate and speciality risk solutions, today announced the appointment of Dawn Miller as its Commercial Director reporting into Lloyd’s Chief of Markets, Patrick Tiernan.

Dawn joins from Chubb where she currently holds the position of Regional Executive Officer for Chubb Central Region (Switzerland, Turkey and MENA), and is also the Country President for Switzerland. She will take up the new position at Lloyd’s in Q2 2022 and will be based in London.

In her new role, Dawn will oversee Lloyd’s global network across the Americas, Europe, APAC and MEA and will be responsible for distribution, market development, global engagement with brokers and new entrants. She will also be responsible for innovation at Lloyd’s, including the Lloyd’s Lab.

Dawn has over 20 years of experience working in the global insurance industry with oversight of underwriting, distribution, clients, and strategy, including leadership positions at AXA, AIG and Willis. Having started her career in Washington D.C., Dawn has since taken on senior positions in London, New York, Paris, Dubai, San Francisco and Zurich.

Patrick Tiernan, Lloyd’s Chief of Markets, said: ‘I am delighted to welcome Dawn to Lloyd’s and my senior management team. Dawn has exceptional international experience and knowledge across a wide range of business areas which will be critical in leading the commercial team at Lloyd’s. She has a deep understanding of how a true global ecosystem operates and will play an invaluable role in driving the Lloyd’s market forward to deliver our strategic priorities.’

Dawn added: ‘Having spent time in various roles across several global marketplaces, I am delighted to join the world’s largest insurance marketplace in the role of Commercial Director. I look forward to engaging with new colleagues, partners and stakeholders as we align global network connectivity and market engagement to deliver firmly on the Future at Lloyd’s objectives.’

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